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At its October 8, 2019 meeting, the City Council set hours for this year’s trick-or-treating to coincide with neighboring communities.
The Riverdale City Council will discuss the benefits of establishing a City Sewer Committee at the next City Council meeting on October 22nd.
(Updated) The tentative agenda and supporting documents for the regular meeting of the Riverdale City Council to be held at 7pm on Tuesday, October 22 in the Community Room at City Hall are now available online.
Don’t forget – the citywide clean-up starts Saturday morning at 7am. If you want to make sure your bulky waste gets picked up, have it to the curb Friday night!
After years of undercharging for sanitary and storm water management, it now looks like the City’s sewer rates are going to rise next year. Click here to find out why.
At last Tuesday’s City Council meeting, the mayor proposed the idea that recordings of the City’s public meetings should be available as audio files on its website. Do you think that’s a good idea? Let us know.
A great time was had by all at this year’s Pete the Purple Bull 5k and Fun Run – held in Riverdale. Special thanks to the HABLO Committee of employees at Arconic and to MY PLACE in Riverdale for being sponsors of the event which helps QC United raise money to deal with bullying in our schools. Check out all the great pictures!
The Pete the Purple Bull 5k Run will take place on Saturday, October 12! Registration starts at 7:30. More details, inside.
(Updated 10-10-19) After reviewing preliminary discussions with a consultant to assist in the search and selection of a new City Clerk for Riverdale, the mayor and council have agreed to delay a formal search until after the start of the new calendar year.
There will be a town hall meeting in the Community Room at City Hall on Sunday, October 20 at 2pm. While the meeting is informational in nature and serves as an open forum, there are usually a few items on the agenda the mayor wishes to address. Please come with an open mind and questions for city representatives and your neighbors.
The Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative, a bi-partisan consortium of over 90 cities and towns on the banks of the Mississippi have selected Riverdale’s mayor, Mike Bawden, to serve on its Executive Committee to represent the state of Iowa.